This month's Ipsos Context Trends Report for Canada explores mental health.
Climate change, vacations and vaccine passports, President Biden’s first 100 days and the latest trends in South Korean society are some of the featured topics in this month’s round-up of research and thinking from Ipsos around the world.
Our monthly round-up of research and analysis from Ipsos teams around the world covers a range of topics from gender equality and parenting to retail trends and how advertising becomes famous.
Revisit our recorded webinar for insights into the most important issues facing women that need to be addressed in the country’s COVID recovery program.
Our monthly round-up of Ipsos research and thinking reflects on the world one year on from COVID, looks forward to 2025 and beyond, and presents new white papers on customer experience, product innovation and research methods.
Explore our latest trends report to find out who’s most socially engaged, and what it means for government and business.
Shaping 2025 and Beyond is a new report which describes plausible, thought-provoking scenarios of what the next five years may bring, helping governments, businesses and societies strategize.
Why Mixed Mode is more than just a plan B and the way to future-proof your research studies.
Our monthly round-up of the latest research and thinking from Ipsos around the world includes new global surveys on life during the pandemic, a new white paper on quality in market research and special features on US and French society.
Our first research round-up reflects on 2020 and looks forward at the year ahead. Featured topics include vaccines, behaviour change, food trends and look at the local story in a selection of countries.
After a 2020 that is rated as the worst year for some time, people around the world are looking forward to 2021 for their country, their families and themselves.
This has been a year of momentous change. As we pause to reflect at the end of the year, we present some Ipsos research highlights you may have missed during the dizzying events of 2020.